Herbia, a grower, packer, and shipper of culinary herbs and vegetables with no chemical fertilisers or insecticides, is planning to increase its assortment and introduce new agricultural products such as asparagus. It will also start the production of vegetable sauces; as well as organizing agro and wine tours.
“The company has already started producing grapes in an enclosed area without using chemical means. Accordingly, the produced wine will be free from chemical waste,” said Zurab Janelidze, the Director of Herbia.
Since commencing production in early 2006, Herbia has quickly become one of Georgia’s leading producers of premium-quality, greenhouse-grown culinary herbs and vegetables, and a pioneer in the field of packaged herbs offered to local consumers. It operates some 5 ha of greenhouses and a modern refrigerated warehouse with five packing lines in Tskaltubo, Georgia.
Herbia provides its customers with a reliable, year-round, local supply of produce grown under the highest standards of food safety and environmental sustainability.
This year, Herbia received its second Golden Brand award for the utmost success the company achieved in 2018. Herbia became the first Global Gap-certified company in Georgia in 2010 and still remains the only company in the country with this certificate.